Trailer manufacturer Schmitz Cargobull acquired majority stake in Spanish telematics specialist Atlantis Global System (AGS), thus strengthening its market position in the sector. With its innovative telematics solutions, AGS is represented in most of the 50 largest companies for the transport of temperature-controlled goods in Spain.

Schmitz Cargobull’s latest acquisition

With this acquisition, Schmitz Cargobull manages to rely on modern telematics system for refrigerated semi-trailers. A system that fulfils the highest requirements in refrigerated transport and along the entire cold chain. In fact, the AGS telematics system for real-time refrigeration data will be available with immediate effect for all Schmitz Cargobull refrigerated semi-trailers produced at the Zaragoza plant. AGS will remain an independent cold chain specialist within the Schmitz Cargobull Group and will continue to operate independently in the market to ensure the best service for customers.

“The partnership with Schmitz Cargobull is an important step to strengthen and further develop the solutions developed by AGS in Spain. It offers a great opportunity to promote new products and further develop advanced fleet management solutions”, stated founder Rafael del Pino, who will continue as CEO of AGS.

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